‘Noor’: Sonakshi Sinha says to forestall labelling films as 'ladies centric'
Actress Sonakshi Sinha says it is time other people forestall calling films with a feminine protagonist as “women centric” because it takes away the essence of the mission.
The 29-year-old actress feels the gender of the protagonist should not resolve the type of movie one is making.
“I really want people to stop calling it a 'female or women centric' film. When a male actor does it nobody calls it a male centric movie. A film is a film, you watch it as that, not based on the gender of the protagonist,” Sonakshi advised PTI.
“These headlines that 'Sonakshi is doing a female centric film', it makes no sense. I am an actor, I am doing a film and that's it. Gender doesn't have to come in here.”
Sonakshi, who final yr gave the impression as a solo lead in “Akira” and is now gearing up for the discharge of “Noor”, which once more stars her within the lead, says movies with feminine protagonist in lead will sooner or later additionally do the type of industry which a male famous person's movie does.
“We as an audience have very recently opened up to receiving a film with a female protagonist and they have just started doing really well. Filmmakers have just started making a variety of films which perhaps weren't being made earlier. There is a difference in that and there will naturally be a difference in box office number as well. Slowly and steadily it will reach a point where we all want to see it and I am glad to be a part of that change,” she stated.
Directed via Sunhil Sippy, “Noor” is according to Pakistani writer Saba Imtiaz's novel Karachi, You're Killing Me!
The movie follows journalist Noor's (performed via Sonakshi) misadventures and love existence as she navigates her means via Mumbai.